Update to version 1.30.401.1 includes camera, Wi-Fi and stability enhancements.
Ahead of the phone's official European debut later this week, HTC has pushed out the first over-the-air update for the HTC 10. The OTA, weighing in at just under 85MB, brings the phone up to software version 1.30.401.1, while tuning up camera and Wi-Fi performance, and general system stability.
This is the first camera-specific update to push out since we published our HTC 10 review, so we'll be sure to point out any differences once we've had a chance to tinker with the new firmware. (Some U.S. devices have also been seeing an update to the HTC camera app in recent days, separate from the camera performance tweaks in this update.) That said, as we noted a few weeks back, there's nothing much that needs fixing in HTC's best camera to date.
The HTC 10 goes on sale in the UK this Friday, May 6, and it's due to start hitting carriers in the U.S. from the end of next week.
Update: Here's the actual changelog, per HTC:
- Improved WiFi connectivity, including Smart MIMO
- Camera: Auto HDR improvements (from 1.88 to 1.67EV)
- Camera: Low light sharpness/brightness improvements
- Camera: Outdoor sharpness improvements
- Camera: Reduced purple noise in Pro mode
- Camera: Modified laser autofocus UI
- Bug fixes